On a beautiful spring day, the Club installed a Solar Panel Charging Station Umbrella in the picnic table at Rotary Park’s Wildlife Landing.
The Solar Umbrella can charge phones, electronic pads, and other small electronic devices via USB, USB-C and a wireless pad. The charging station’s battery is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week next to the St. Clair Boat Harbor’s shopping/dining dock and Rotary Centennial Park’s parking lot.
The Rotary Club of St. Clair and the City of St. Clair's Boat Harbor started the renovation of the north side of the marina in 2005 to celebrate Rotary International’s 100th Anniversary.  The St. Clair Club is celebrating its 100th anniversary of service to the community and the world this year.
Left to right Joseph Kobus and Travis Bumpus from EnerFusion, Inc., Ralph Livingston, Diane Ives, Bill Kauffman, and Jack Kinney from the Rotary Club of St. Clair